Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Chasing I Do by Marina Adair

Gage is ever the charmer, pointing things out that shouldn't be pointed out, “you might want to change the top while you’re at it.” He grinned. “Not that I mind the view, but it might cause some heart problems with the older guests.” Gage just needs backup at times, “real smooth entrance,” he whispered to the dog, who barked and went back to yanking at the leash. “No licking and no crotch sniffing. We’ll go in like gentlemen and charm her into giving us a second chance.” I really enjoyed this book, and I can't wait for the other brothers to get their own story.

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